what a cutie!
This hairy little beast is called (as it very well should be) a Hairy Crab (Pilumnus vespertilio).
So what exactly do those hairs come in handy for? The hairs trap sediments allowing the crab to blend perfectly with its surroundings. When ‘fluffed’ in the water, this also helps to break up the crab’s actual outline so that predators can’t really tell where the seaweed-like hair starts and the crab begins. They reach anywhere between 3-5cm in length and are found in Indo-Pacific Oceans.
Marimo algae(Aegagropila linnaei), known in Japanese as literally “ball seaweed” and as Cladophora ball, Lake ball, or Moss Balls in English. Marimo is a species of filamentous green algae, a rare growth form of the species where the algae grow into large green balls with a velvety appearance. Colonies of such balls are only known to form in Iceland, Scotland, Japan and Estonia.
OH MY GOD LISTEN TO THIS FROG IT’S LIKE A LIVING SQUEAKY TOY
It’s a namaqua rainfrog!
IM LAUGHING SO HARD I PLAYED THIS VIDEO AND MY DOG FROZE AND HOPPED UP ONTO THE BED AND IS TEARING EVERYTHING APART LOOKING FOR HIS TOY AND I JUS TKEEP PLAYING THIS VIDEO AND IT’S DRIVING HIM CRAZY
MY DOG IS DOING THE SAME THING HAHAHA
when the sun implodes